2014 UCCS Softball Roster > Brittni Carlson

Brittni Carlson

Number32
ClassFr.
PositionIF
Height5-7
HometownErie, Colo.
Prev. SchoolErie HS
Bats/ThrowsR/R

Statistics

Batting Statistics
Season     AVG  GP-GS    AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD% 
2006      .426  52-52   162  52  69  15   1   9  58  113  .698  21   1  10   1  .484   4   0  15-18    61   3   5  .928
2005      .362  48-48   152  36  55  12   1   8  34   93  .612   8   2  11   1  .399   1   0   8-9     31   2   1  .971
2004      .314  52-52   172  43  54   9   1   2  27   71  .413  14   2   7   2  .368   2   0   5-7     53   5   3  .951
2003      .389  48-48   144  30  56  14   0   5  34   85  .590  16   2  11   0  .451   2   0   7-7    327  17  13  .964

Pitching Statistics
Season    ERA   W-L   APP  GS  CG SHO/CBO SV    IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  2B  3B  HR   AB B/Avg   WP HBP  BK  SFA SHA

Fielding Statistics
Season      C   PO   A   E   FLD%  DPs  SBA CSB   SBA%   PB  CI
2006       69   61   3   5   .928    0    0   0    ---    0   0
2005       34   31   2   1   .971    1    0   0    ---    0   0
2004       61   53   5   3   .951    1    5   3   .625    2   0
2003      357  327  17  13   .964    8    0   0    ---    0   0

Notes:

2006: Set UCCS career records for RBIs (153), runs (160) and hits (234) ... Is also second all-time in home runs (24) and doubles (50) ... Named to the NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-South Central Region second team ... Named first-team All-RMAC ... Named to the RMAC All-Tournament team after going 7-for-16 with five runs and five RBIs ... Was fourth-best in the RMAC and 49th nationally with a .426 batting average ... Named RMAC player of the week ... Led the Mountain Lions and was third in the RMAC with 58 RBIs ... Her 1.12 RBIs per game was the 28th-best mark in the nation ... Opened the season with a 13-game hitting streak ... Hit .667 during that period ... Hat at least one base hit in 43 of UCCS' 52 games ... Had a mind-boggling 19 RBIs in the season's first four games, including a career-high eight on Feb. 26 against New Mexico Highlands.

2005: Named first-team All-RMAC ... Played in all 48 games with 48 starts ... Hit a .362 and 34 RBI which were both third best on team this season ... Had eight homeruns which was ties for second best on team this season ... Went 2-for-3 with six RBI and 2 homeruns vs Colorado St.-Pueblo on Apr 20 ... Hit .390 vs Colorado St.-Pueblo on Apr 20.

2004: Played in all 52 games starting in all 52 games... Hit .314 with 27 RBI and had two homeruns ... Went 4-for-2 with four RBI vs Northern Colorado on Apr 14 ... Went 3-for-2 with two RBI and one homerun against Nebraska-Kearney on Mar 28 ... Hit .500 vs Eastern New Mexico on Feb 6.

2003: Was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Co-Freshman of the Year ... Also named First Team All-RMAC ... Started all 48 games ...Finished the year hitting .389 with five homeruns and 34 RBI ...Had 14 doubles and scored 30 runs ... Was a perfect 7-for-7 in base stealing ... Ranked in the conference's top ten in batting average, on base percentage, slugging percentage, homeruns, RBI, total bases, hits, walks, and runs scored ... Reached base safely in 44 of the Mountain Lions 48 games ... Had 15 multiple-hit games ... Went 3-for-3 with a homerun and three RBI against on Mar. 8 ... Had three hits, including a homerun, and drove in two runs against Regis on Apr 5 ... Went 2-for-4 with three RBI against New Mexico Highlands on Apr 18 ... Drove in three runs against Highlands on Apr 19.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Was named All-State in softball for three years while playing at Erie High School in Erie, Colorado ... Also received All-Conference honors in softball three times ... Named the 3A Player of the Year for the 2002 season ... Named catcher of the year in 01-02 ... Led Erie High School to three-straight 3A state championships ... Also she is a two-time USSA national champion ... Also named All-Conference for basketball in 2002 ... Was on the honor roll and won the citizenship award in 1999 ... Won the Army Award in 2002.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Communication ... Enjoys watching movies, hanging out with friends, bowling, and sleeping ... Has a sister, Jessica and a brother Ryan ... Parents are Kevin and Lisa Carlson ... Born on September 16, 1983.

Stories featuring Brittni Carlson

November 21, 2007Jordan Becomes Sixth Signee for Mountain LionsUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball coach Scott Peterson added a sixth player to an already impressive recruiting class Wednesday when Ashley Jordan of Erie High School signed her national letter of intent.
March 21, 2007Shandera Breaks RBI Record in SweepLindsay Shandera broke the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs career RBI record to lead the Mountain Lions to a doubleheader sweep of the Fort Hays State Tigers Wednesday evening at Mountain Lion Field.
November 20, 2006Fitzgerald wins writing contestThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was notified Monday the assistant athletic director/sports information director Doug Fitzgerald had won the 2005-06 CoSIDA Fred W. Stabley Sr. national writing contest in the Event Coverage category.
May 12, 2006Carlson Named All-RegionUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs outfielder Brittni Carlson was named to the NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-South Central Region second team on Friday.
May 7, 2006Ota, Carlson Named to All-Tournament TeamJanine Ota and Brittni Carlson of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Tournament team, the conference announced Sunday.
May 7, 2006Carlson, Five Others Honored by RMACUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs outfielder Brittni Carlson was named first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the conference announced Friday.
May 6, 2006Satisfaction Trumps Disappointment as Season EndsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team's season came to an end Saturday afternoon with an 11-9 loss to the Colorado State Thunderwolves in the semifinals of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament at Regis Field. The Mountain Lions reached the semifinals with a 9-4 win over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday morning.
May 6, 2006UCCS Stays Alive in RMAC TournamentLindsay Shandera hit a three-run home run to lift the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a come-from-behind 8-6 victory over the Adams State Grizzlies Friday afternoon, allowing the Mountain Lions to stay alive in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament.
April 30, 2006Senior Day True to its Name in SweepThree University of Colorado at Colorado Springs seniors celebrated Senior Day by hitting home runs to lift the Mountain Lions to an 11-6 victory over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks in Sunday's second game and give UCCS a sweep of the day's doubleheader.
April 19, 2006Sweep by CSU-Pueblo a Low Point for UCCSJenifer Papik and Savannah Byers hit back-to-back home runs twice in the same game Wednesday as the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves swept the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 10-6 and 11-2 at Mountain Lion Field.
April 14, 2006Split Highlighted by 16 HomersThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers combined for 16 home runs, including a school-record 11 in the second game, as the teams split their doubleheader Friday at Mountain Lion Field.
April 9, 2006Gaffes Waste Ritchie's EffortRitchie pitched 11 brilliant innings, earning a five-inning shutout victory in the opener, before finally running out of gas in her 12th frame as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had to settle for a disappointing split with the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers at CSM Softball Field.
April 8, 2006Split Could Hurt Regional HopesThe Orediggers hung a potentially damaging 5-1 loss upon the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in Saturday’s second game, one that will be visible to the already fickle voters of the South Central Region. The Mountain Lions won the first game 4-0.
April 7, 2006UCCS student-athletes visit hospitalAthletes that reach the intercollegiate level are accustomed to maximizing their physical abilities, or honing the mechanism, so to speak.
April 5, 2006UCCS Sweeps Colorado College Behind Two Shandera HomersLindsay Shandera hit two home runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs remained perfect against the Colorado College Tigers by sweeping Wednesday's doubleheader at Monument Valley Park 10-2 and 12-3.
April 2, 2006Carlson Breaks UCCS RBI Record in Split with Mesa StateBrittni Carlson broke the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs career RBI record as the Mountain Lions earned a split with Mesa State Sunday to finish the four-game series with three wins.
April 1, 2006Ledford Has a Birthday Bash (or Two) in UCCS Sweep of Mesa StateThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs might find itself wishing that Savannah Ledford's birthday came more than once a year.
March 26, 2006Split Ends UCCS' 13-Game StreakSonia Reyes' grand slam was the biggest of 13 hits as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won a 10-8 slugfest in Sunday's opener and went on to split with the Adams State Grizzlies.
March 25, 2006Reyes' Clutch Hit Seals WinSonia Reyes belted a clutch, bases-clearing double in the top of the seventh inning as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs edged Adams State 6-5 and completed a two-game sweep of the Grizzlies Saturday at ASC Softball Field.
March 25, 2006Ritchie Matches Own Strikeout RecordALAMOSA â€" Apparently, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs record book isnâ€TMt big enough for Amanda Ritchie.
March 23, 2006Ritchie Named Pitcher of the WeekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs pitcher Amanda Ritchie was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference pitcher of the week, the conference announced Thursday.
March 19, 2006Cleland, Ritchie Lead UCCS to 10th Straight WinSarah Cleland had five RBIs and Amanda Ritchie was “wildly effective” Sunday as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team won its 10th straight game, 7-1 over the Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets at Mountain Lion Field.
March 18, 2006Cleland Punishes Screwball in UCCS SweepSarah Cleland hit a clutch, three-run home run to lift the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 4-2 win in the opening game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets at Mountain Lion Field.
March 16, 2006Ota Named Player of the WeekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs right fielder Janine Ota was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference player of the week for the week of March 6-12, the conference announced Thursday.
March 12, 2006Ritchie Shines in Sweep of Panhandle StateAmanda Ritchie pitched nine scoreless innings, earning a win and a save, as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team improved to 13-1 with a 5-0, 8-3 sweep of the Oklahoma Panhandle State Lady Aggies Sunday at Mountain Lion Field.
March 11, 2006Sweep of Panhandle State Builds Upon Best-Ever UCCS StartThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team built upon the best start in school history Saturday with an 11-2, 9-4 sweep of the Oklahoma Panhandle State Lady Aggies at Mountain Lion Field.
March 5, 2006UCCS Salvages Split at HaysThe Mountain Lions dropped their first game of the season, a 6-3 loss to the Fort Hays State Tigers in the opener of Sunday's doubleheader at Hays, Kan. UCCS came back decisively in the second game with an 8-0 decision shortened to five innings because of the NCAA's run rule.
March 4, 2006Ritchie Snaps Strikeout Record in SweepAmanda Ritchie struck out a school-record 14 batters to help the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs improve to 6-0 with a 7-5, 12-4 sweep of the Fort Hays State Tigers Saturday at Hays, Kan.
March 3, 2006Mountain Lions Earn Double HonorUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball players Brittni Carlson and Amanda Ritchie were named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's softball player and pitcher of the week, the conference announced Friday.
February 26, 2006Carlson'a 13 RBIs Complete SweepA memo for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference coaches who opted to leave University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Brittni Carlson off the preseason all-conference team: Big mistake. Monumental.
February 25, 2006Softball Opens Season with Sweep of HighlandsAfter one weekend, the 2006 version of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team looked a lot like the 2004 and 2005 versions.
February 2, 2006UCCS Softball Selected to Finish FourthThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team was selected to finish fourth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in 2006, the conference announced Thursday. For the Mountain Lions, who won the RMAC Championship in 2004 and finished second in 2005, the prediction was, well, motivating.
January 29, 20062006 Softball PreviewHaving lost seven seniors, including four All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference performers and the reigning NCAA home run record holder, many expect the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team to take a step backward in 2006. That notion brings a smile, or maybe more of a smirk, to Mountain Lions' coach Scott Peterson's face.
May 9, 2005Krebs, Colton named RMAC Player and Pitcher of the yearUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs seniors Crystal Krebs and Amber Colton were named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Player and Pitcher of the Year, the conference announced Tuesday.
April 23, 2005Top, bottom of order shine in sweep of Fort LewisKara Rainey and Brianna Workman had six hits each and Charlene Berg belted two home runs to lift the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a doubleheader sweep of the Fort Lewis Skyhawks Saturday at Aspen Field. The Mountain Lions were pushed to extra innings in the opener, taking nine innings to win 4-2. They won the nightcap 8-1.
April 20, 2005Carlson's slam helps UCCS sweep CSU-PuebloBrittni Carlson hit two home runs, including her second grand slam in less than a week, as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs swept the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves 7-2 and 7-3 Wednesday evening at Mountain Lion Field.
April 17, 2005Regis sweeps UCCS Sunday, salvages series splitDuring the 2005 season, there have been good Mountain Lions and bad Mountain Lions. Sunday, the bad Mountain Lions made an appearance.
April 14, 2005Sweep Puts UCCS in Second PlaceThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs vaulted into second place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference with a sweep of the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves Wednesday at Rawlings Sports Complex.
April 13, 2005Dykstra Named RMAC Player of the WeekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs shortstop Jennifer Dykstra was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the week of April 4-10, the conference announced Wednesday.
April 8, 2005Pool No-Hitter Highlights UCCS SweepFor much of the past two seasons, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs pitchers Brenna Pool and Amber Colton have played a friendly game of anything-you-can-do-I-can-do. On Sunday, Colton upped the ante by throwing a no-hitter at Nebraska-Kearney.
April 6, 2005Colton Named Pitcher of the WeekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs right-hander Amber Colton was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week, the conference announced Wednesday.
April 3, 2005Colton No-Hitter, Slam Lead to SweepAmber Colton pitched the third no-hitter in University of Colorado at Colorado Springs history and belted a grand slam to spur the Mountain Lions to a 9-0 victory over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader. UCCS won the second game 5-3 to complete the Sunday sweep and finish the four-game set with a 3-1 record.
April 2, 2005Split Halts Six-Game UCCS Win StreakAnne Manning hit a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth inning to give the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers a 2-1 victory in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader at Harvey Park and put an end to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' six-game winning streak. The Mountain Lions won the opening game of the four-game set in Kearney, Neb., 6-2.
March 25, 2005Lions Finish Rebel Games with a FlourishJennifer Dykstra hit an RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs a 7-6 victory over the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs Friday.
March 20, 2005Krebs Slam Helps UCCS Avoid SweepCrystal Krebs hit a grand slam to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 9-1 victory in the opening game of Sunday's doubleheader and avoid a sweep at the hands of the Mesa State Mavericks.
March 6, 2005Cleland Slam Helps UCCS Avoid SweepFreshman Sarah Cleland hit a walk-off grand slam to give the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs a 10-9 victory in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader and avoid a four-game sweep at the hands of the Fort Hays State Tigers.
February 13, 2005Softball Wins Season OpenerIt took the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team six innings to get its offense untracked, but the Mountain Lions still managed a sweep to open the 2005 season.
May 17, 2004Powerful recruiting class bolsters Mountain LionsIf the coaches in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Southwest Region thought the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' run to the RMAC title and the regional championship game was a one-time fluke, they'll need to reevaluate that assessment. Not only did the Mountain Lions graduate no seniors, but they also will get back a star pitcher and have signed one of the strongest recruiting classes in school history.
May 8, 2004Fortune finds Lions in finalsFortune frowned, then smiled, on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Saturday afternoon. In the end, though, the Mountain Lions were all smiles on their way to an 8-6 victory over the St. Mary's Lady Rattlers and a shot at the championship game of the NCAA Division II South Central Regional Softball Tournament.With the scored tied at six in the seventh inning, Brenna Pool drilled a double down the left field line that easily scored Charlene Berg. The ball, however, got stuck in the fence and Berg was forced to return to third on the ground-rule double. It seemed as if the fates were against CU-Colorado Springs (39-12) when the next two batters were retired.
May 7, 2004Colton pitches Lions past PioneersSAN ANTONIO - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs waited 14 seasons to qualify for NCAA Division II South Central Regional Softball Tournament, so a few extra hours wasn't going to make a difference. Amber Colton shook off the affects of a 6½ hour rain delay as the Mountain Lions defeated the Texas Woman's Pioneers 2-1 Friday night to stave off elimination. CU-Colorado Springs will play Tarleton State in yet another elimination game on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. (9:30 MST).
May 6, 2004Softball win's regional openerSAN ANTONIO, Texas - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs infielders have a drill they do prior to each game. Assistant coach Tanya Ramsay hits imaginary balls that the Mountain Lions snag with an assortment of brilliant dives and lunges. It's a particularly appropriate exercise for a team that has been living a fantasy season in 2004.But there was nothing imaginary about what the Mountain Lions did Thursday morning.No. 4 seed CU-Colorado Springs pounded 16 hits to run-rule the No. 5 seed Midwestern State Lady Indians 9-1 in six innings in the opening game of the NCAA Division II South Central Regional Softball Tournament. The Mountain Lions will face top-seed St. Mary's Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m.
May 6, 2004Lions let top seed escapeSAN ANTONIO - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had the biggest fish in the region on the hook and let it get away.Kym Kling hit two home runs, the second a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning that keyed a seven-run rally, as the top-seeded St. Mary's Lady Rattlers defeated the No.-5 seeded University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions 11-4 in second round of the South Central Regional Softball Tournament Thursday evening.
May 3, 2004Softball sweeps RMAC awardsWith a conference championship already in hand, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team garnered even more honors on Monday as seven Mountain Lions were named All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
May 1, 2004Mountain Lions are RMAC CHAMPS!!!Saturday was the day the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had been waiting for, and when Amber Colton snagged a line drive to close out the Regis Rangers it ended in jubilation the Mountain Lions have dreamed about.CU-Colorado Springs beat Regis 6-3 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament championship game, giving the Mountain Lions softball team its first conference championship.
April 30, 2004Mountain Lions win RMAC opner, spank HighlandsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won its first game of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament as they run ruled the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls 9-1 Friday afternoon at 4-Diamonds Sports Complex.
April 21, 2004Softball grabs records, RMAC crownThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs clinched the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season softball title Wednesday with a doubleheader sweep of the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves at Four-Diamonds Sports Complex.CU-Colorado Springs (31-10, 23-3 RMAC) beat CSU-Pueblo (12-29, 9-20) 10-0 in five innings in the first game and 6-5 in eight innings in the nightcap. The Mountain Lions will host the RMAC championship tournament on April 30-May 1.
April 18, 2004Mountain Lions get the message from Fort LeiwsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs received a wake-up call from the Fort Lewis Skyhawks in Game 1 on Sunday.The Mountain Lions showed in Game 2 that they got the message. CU-Colorado Springs (29-10, 21-3 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) rebounded after losing Game 1 3-1 to spank the Skyhawks 11-3 in Game 2.
April 17, 2004Mountain Lions take two from RegisThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs got one step closer to winning the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference after sweeping the Fort Lewis Skyhawks Saturday afternoon at 4-Diamond Sports Complex.The Mountain Lions (28-9, 20-2 RMAC) got two stellar pitching performances, winning Game 1 5-4 behind Amber Colton, and Game 2 2-0 behind Brenna Pool.
April 15, 2004Mountain Lions split with Utah Valley StateBrittni Carlson's single to center drove in Kara Rainey in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a dramatic 5-4 win over the Utah Valley State Wolverines in Game 1 of a two-game set Thursday evening at Four Diamonds Sports Complex.Division I Utah Valley State (16-11) came back to win Game 2, out-bashing the Mountain Lions 9-6.
April 14, 2004Shandera, Carlson key sweep of Northern ColoradoWhen a team's top two RBI producers, who happen to also be the top two in the conference in that category, are shut out in a doubleheader against a provisional NCAA Division I opponent, it's a bad thing, right?
March 28, 2004Mountain Lions reamin unbeaten at home, sweep UNKThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (23-8, 18-2 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) beat the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers (10-17, 9-11) 6-2 and 4-1 Sunday at 4-Diamond Sports Complex to complete a four game weekend sweep.
March 27, 2004Softball team remains unbeaten at homeCrystal Krebs went a combined 5-for-6 with four RBI and four runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team remained unbeaten at home with a doubleheader sweep of the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday at Four Diamonds Sports Complex.Crystal Krebs went a combined 5-for-6 with four RBI and four runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team remained unbeaten at home with a doubleheader sweep of the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday at Four Diamonds Sports Complex.
March 25, 2004Lions leave Tucson on high noteCrystal Krebs hit two more home runs and drove in a combined 10 runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team finished its Spring Break trip to Tucson with a pair of wins on Thursday.
March 23, 2004Krebs sets homer mark in victoryIt only took Crystal Krebs 18 games to make her first mark on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs record book.
March 7, 2004Mountain Lions complete four game sweep of AdamsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (6-5, 5-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) won both games Sunday to complete a four game-sweep of the Adams State Grizzlies (2-20, 0-8 RMAC) in Alamosa. The Mountain Lions won the opener 11-3 then held on for a 4-3 win in Game 2.
March 6, 2004Mountain Lions take two behind Colton and PoolThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (4-5, 3-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) got stellar pitching performances from Amber Colton and Brenna Pool as the Mountain Lions swept the Adams State Grizzles (2-18, 0-6) 12-0, 3-2 Saturday in Alamosa.
February 5, 2004Softball team primed for encoreLast year, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team did something it had never done before - win a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoff game. So what can the Mountain Lions and coach Scott Peterson do for an encore?
July 17, 2003Carlson Named to All-Region TeamChalk up another accomplishment for Brittni Carlson.After already receiving First Team All-RMAC honors and the RMAC Freshman of the Year award, Carlson was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division II All-Region Team early this summer. Carlson received Second Team honors in the South Central Region. Only 28 Division II players in each region receive this prestigious honor every year.
June 23, 2003Mountain Lions sign two recruitsThe University of Colorado-Colorado Springs softball team signed two key additions for the 2003-2004 season. Crystal Krebs, from Loveland, Colo., will rejoin former battery mate Amber Colton on the Mountain Lions team. Krebs is a transfer from Division I Texas-Arlington where she was named third-team All-Conference. While playing high school softball in Colorado, Krebs was an All-Colorado selection her junior and senior years while teaming with Colton at Loveland High School.
May 5, 20032003 softball season recapCU-Colorado Springs made school history this season by becoming the first softball team to ever win a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoff game. Amber Colton threw a complete game two-hitter and Brittni Carlson drove in a run and scored another to lead the Mountain Lions to a 2-1 victory over New Mexico Highlands in the opening round of the RMAC Tournament.
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